UNLOCK YOUR ATHLETE’S POTENTIAL
VITRUVE is the VBT device every S&C COACH needs to reach their athlete’s maximum performance.
Train like the elite, be the elite.
Velocity-based training (VBT) is the training method with more scientific research behind it and is proven to be the most effective for strength training.
VITRUVE is the tool used by thousands of coaches and athletes because it has the highest precision in the market with a scientific validation study that supports it.
YOU ARE THE DIFFERENCE
Know what training is the most effective for your athlete.
IT ADAPTS TO YOUR ATHLETES.
GET TO KNOW YOUR ATHLETE'S BODY AND IMPROVE MORE THAN EVER.
Each athlete, each sport, and each person is completely different. Not everyone responds equally to the same stimulus. The first step to optimize training is to know which stimulus is better for each one.
Velocity-based training can do it:
- Know what your athlete’s performance status is every day, instantly.
- Create a unique force-velocity profile for each athlete.
- Adapt the training and avoid injuries.
GIVE VOICE TO YOUR ATHLETE’S BODY
By using VITRUVE you can know what is best for your athletes and what to do to unlock their maximum potential.
GREATER LEVELS OF STRENGTHIncrease up to 20% of the 1 RM
LESS RISK OF INJURYOptimal loads reduce the risk of injury
GREATER EXPLOSIVENESSIncrease of the RFD
DECREASE THE FATIGUEDecrease up to 60% of your recovery time
GREATER ADHESIONIncreased motivation with feedback
EFFICIENT TRAININGReduction of the total time of the sessions
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USED BY ELITE COACHES & ATHLETES
Founder and Lead Developer at KineticPro
“Vitruve has changed the way we approach athlete development at KineticPro. It’s elevated the environment and become a staple in our programming daily.”
Soccer player in ROMA team“VITRUVE has helped me recovering from my injury, working with the minimal load and fatigue to recover faster.”
Dir. of Sports Performance – SE Oklahoma St. University“My favorite VBT system is VITRUVE! It gives our athletes instant feedback, makes them compete more and improve their power output“
ARE YOU READY TO MAKE A CHANGE?
You are one step away from changing your athlete’s performance and their health forever. Knowing the body is the only way to unlock its true potential.
FREQUENT QUESTIONS ABOUT OUR VBT DEVICE
A linear encoder is composed of an optical encoder capable of measuring angular movements and a coil that allows linearizing them, in this way, any linear movement can be measured.
It is a very useful tool when it comes to evaluating the work an athlete does in the gym. Thanks to different variables measured by the device (displacement, velocity, acceleration, power …) it’s possible to know with high precision the fitness condition of an athlete daily and without the added fatigue.
In this way, among many other things, you can know how much weight your athlete must train every day to get the maximum match to the lifting session. You can also find and control the fatigue that the athlete accumulates, avoiding possible injuries in their specific sport.
Yes, you have 30 days of guaranteed return. The customer must take care of the shipping costs and also the charges that may have been due to customs. The total sum of the expenses will be deducted from the amount to be returned.
IMPORTANT: You MUST first send us an email to [email protected] and wait until we answer you with the instructions to send it back.
If you do not follow the instructions we give you, it may incur more expenses for you.
- Mean Propulsive Velocity (MPV): is the mean speed from the beginning of the concentric phase until the acceleration of the bar is less than gravity.
- Mean Velocity (MV): It is the average value of the total speeds in a sum of time. That is, it is the average of the sum of all the instantaneous velocities in a survey.
- Fatigue: Within speed-based training, fatigue is measurable through loss of speed both between sets and within sets.
- Fatigue between: Between-set fatigue refers to the loss of speed from the fastest set rep of the entire workout to the slowest set rep.
- Fatigue intra: It refers to the loss of speed that occurs within the same series, from the first repetition, or the fastest repetition (in some cases it is not the first) to the slowest.
- Peak Velocity: The maximum speed is a specific point in the movement where the speed of the measured object (center of mass, weight, projectile…) is maximum. Depending on the type of movement being performed, the maximum speed will occur in different regions within the movement.
- ROM (Range of Motion): For its acronym in English Range of Motion, or range of movement, we refer to the distance or route that we make with the load, in one of its phases (concentric or eccentric), either with a bar, a dumbbell, or any that being the object to move, whatever type they are.
- Mean Power: It is the average value of the power applied during a lift.
- Peak Power: It is the value of the power that is reached by applying the greatest degree of force at a specific moment.
- Peak Force: The maximum force that an athlete can express regardless of his body weight.
Sometimes it’s common that your 1RM is not shown during a lifting exercise. This can be due to 3 factors:
1. The lifting exercise is being performed with a higher velocity than its maximum velocity equation.
2. We don’t have an available equation for that specific exercise (in other words, a load-velocity profile that provides an equation to calculate the 1RM hasn’t been created).
3. The lifting exercise is being performed with a higher velocity than the established 1RM filter of the exercise.
Resting Heart Rate: What is “Normal”? Resting heart rate is an easily measurable clinical parameter that indicates the activity of the heart pumping blood when
The squat is one of the most important exercises for strengthening the muscles of the lower extremities. To achieve optimal performance with this fundamental exercise,